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National Hispanic Cannabis Council
The U.S. Hispanic community and cannabis have had a long and complicated history. Between 1963 and 1984, American scholars came up with the “Mexican hypothesis,” which helped fuel early racist cannabis laws... Continue reading at...
National Hispanic Cannabis Council Releases Report on ‘State of the Hispanic Cannabis Industry in the U.S.’
Thursday, October 14, 2021 The report highlights the current underrepresentation of Hispanics in the industry, the barriers they face, and opportunities for improvement. DENVER — The National Hispanic Cannabis Council unveiled Thursday a first-ever report on Hispanics...
An estimated 321,000 Americans now work in the legal cannabis industry, outnumbering the country’s dentists, paramedics and electrical engineers. Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/09/24/marijuana-dispensaries-jobs/?utm_source=morning_brew
NHCC invites you to join us on October 20, 2021, for happy hour to learn more about our mission and introduce you to the council’s leadership. The event will be held at the: Firefly Tapas Kitchen at 3824 Paradise Road from 4 to 6 pm. Space is limited and not...
"Eaze is honored to join the National Hispanic Cannabis Council and actively work together in providing opportunities, education and support to the Hispanic community. At Eaze, we aim to help build a more equitable diverse cannabis industry through programs like our...
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